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Yes. You will receive an automated response confirming that we have received your order. You will receive another email from us once your payment has been received and processed. If you have paid by credit card, you will notice on your order confirmation that this is also a GST receipt.
'Members' are members of the New Zealand Law Society. If you have a practising certificate, you are a registered lawyer - this does not mean you are a 'Member'. If you are not a lawyer but an Associate Member of the NZLS you qualify for 'Members' rates.
If you are a a practising lawyer you can opt in when you renew your practising certificate to become an NZLS 'Member'. Otherwise contact the NZLS Registry - 0800 22 30 30.
Contact the New Zealand Law Society here.
If you are an NZLS Member or an Associate Member you will qualify for Members' pricing. You will need to login before completing the purchase of your course if you wish to receive Members' pricing. You can either login under the 'myCPD' section or when you reach the 'Shopping Cart' you can login there.
Your username is your 6 digit NZLS registry (login) ID number. This number is also printed on your practicing certificate and each edition of your LawPoints. Due to security reasons we cannot give you your 6 digit NZLS registry (login) ID number. You can find out your username from the following options:
You will not be able to register for a course online that is full - however the website will notify you of this and give you an email link to the Registrations Officer. Email the registrations officer asking to be put on the waiting list.
If you have been sent a NZLS CLE voucher, you can use it online - by logging into the website, choosing your course, then entering the code when you checkout. Alternatively, you can send the voucher to us attached to your registration form.
The online registration process will acknowledge the receipt of your registration. If you have paid by credit card, this will be a GST invoice. Registration only happens once payment has been received. Then you will be sent a GST invoice.
In addition, you will receive confirming notification with any materials sent to you in advance of the programme.
You may register for all courses. If there is a restriction, the information for the particular course will outline it. You may pay at the 'Member' rate only if you are a 'Member' of the NZLS.
Yes. If you are registering online simply change the address (this change will only take effect for that particular order if you are an NZLS Member or an Associate Member). If you are registering by any other means, please put the alternate address on the registration form.
We do not provide invoicing for courses. However, we do invoice NZLS members for publications.
Contact us or call 0800 333 111. If you have an account you can check the 'Order Status' area under the 'myCPD' section to see what courses you have registered for.
Sometimes it is. See the relevant brochure.
If there is a dinner included in the programme it is included in the registation fee. The social event is an integral part of the conference. If there is a choice – it will be outlined in the brochure. Of course, there is no compulsion to attend.
The refund policy for any programme is clearly set out on the brochure, and website information relating to a particular course. If in doubt, please contact the registrations officer or call 0800 333 111.
We offer the following payment methods:
NZLS CLE Ltd will not be accepting payments by cheque from 1 June 2021, as cheques are being phased out.
'Members' are members of the New Zealand Law Society. If you have a practising certificate, you are a registered lawyer - this does not mean you are a 'Member'.If you are not a lawyer but an Associate Member of the NZLS you qualify for 'Members' rates.
When you pay your annual practising fee, you can opt in to become a 'Member'. Otherwise contact the Registry of the NZLS - 0800 22 30 30.
Contact the New Zealand Law Society here
Contact the Administration Coordinator who will give you a price and explain the process.
Some financial help for advocacy courses may be available from the Douglas Wilson Advocacy Scholarship Trust. The CLE course information will indicate if scholarship assistance is available and will give you details of deadlines and an application form to download.
CLE courses are presented primarily for lawyers and their staff. There is a surcharge for those who are not members or associate members of the New Zealand Law Society. Non-members are welcome to register for courses unless it is otherwise indicated, but they pay a higher fee.
Some courses are restricted to lawyers. Those programmes are indicated on the brochure.
Note: lawyers who are not Members of the NZLS will pay a higher rate, but are still free to enrol.
If you are unable to attend a course, you may buy the book online – after the seminar/intensive/conference has been presented. You can go to Publications and place your order. Generally workshop materials are not available for sale.
Non-members book orders must be accompanied by credit card payment. The materials will be sent after the course has been presented.
Recordings of webinars that you have registered for are available for you to access in 'My CPD'. Recordings of live web streams are available to watch on Youtube for four weeks after the event - we will email you when the recording is ready to watch.
Yes. Go to Publications.Publications.
Yes, most books from 1996 are available from the website and can be supplied electronically if we do not have any printed stock – see Publications. Anything earlier, please call 0800 333 111 or contact the Administration Coordinator.
Place your order and we aim to get the book to you in five-eight working days after payment is received provided that the course has already been held.
If you would like to receive all books at a discount of 10% please contact the Administration Coordinator to go on our Standing Order list. Books will be posted to you after the seminar has been held.
In some instances, accommodation packages are provided for conferences. Details of how to access this are shown in the conference brochure. In all other instances you will need to make your own accommodation arrangements.
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